This issue of Playboy Magazine offers a compelling blend of titillating pictorials, enlightening articles, and candid interviews.
'Strange Bedfellows' by Jamie Malanowski delves into the historic mix of sex and scandal that has enlivened the U.S. capital since the days of Alexander Hamilton. This feature also includes a piece on 'Scandals and Scoundrels' by John Dean, providing readers with an intriguing exploration of political intrigues.
'Beyond Viagra' by Michael Parrish explores the new gene therapies that promise not just to improve sexual performance but to make men feel like teenagers again. This feature examines how these therapies work and their potential impact on sexual health.
'Baby, Stop! We're on TV' introduces Playboy TV's new reality show, 7 Lives Xposed, and its effort to bring genuine action and sex into reality television.
'Orgy in Pasadena' by Katie Moran takes a voyeuristic look into the swinging lifestyle of Los Angeles, where porn stars, Hollywood starlets, and bi-friendly babes get down and dirty.
The issue also features 'Celebrity Christmas Carols', a playful celebration of the holiday season, and an unpublished piece about football by renowned writer Shel Silverstein.
'College Basketball Preview' by Gary Cole and David Kaplan offers expert insights into the upcoming season, while 'Playboy Music Poll 2001' delivers the magazine's annual review of the year's hottest tracks.
In 'Centerfolds on Sex', Natalia Sokolova shares her intimate preferences, and the 20Q section features a fun and candid interview with Catherine Bell of JAG fame.
Finally, the Playboy Interview presents a heart-to-heart with Will Smith, where he discusses his career, his encounters with legends like Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela, and his journey to greatness. Don't miss the December 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine, now available in select outlets and online.